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Samsung 550VSamsung 550EX Digital Signage Display (LH55LBPLBC/ZA)

Non-HD - 55 inch - LCD - Samsung



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Part Number: LH55LBPLBC/ZA


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Comments to date: 5. Page 1 of 1. Average Rating:
cpaluch 4:50am on Wednesday, October 13th, 2010 
Great sound, Durable, Quality headset I agree with all the positive things said about this headset. Great product! Everything works great. The sound is very clear and crisp for both music and phone. My only problem is they are a bit bulky.
corelboy 8:45pm on Monday, July 19th, 2010 
Easy listening Had these for a few weeks and really quite impressed by them. Sure. Excellent Crisp sound and Perfect I am personally an Audiophile...
counter 6:37pm on Monday, May 31st, 2010 
Well From First using them one of the two never worked at all. The one that did i do not consider very good. I bought these headsets for my husband the quility stinks you can bearly hear on them and ver diffacult to charge. Of all the purchases I have gotten from Overstock, this is the first one that I have not been completely happy with.
tempus fugit 10:42pm on Sunday, May 30th, 2010 
This product is satisfactory for the price, but has problems that make its use somewhat annoying at times (See weaknesses section). I was really just looking for a pair stereo bluetooth headphones. But these work as a hands-free headset as well.
Benjer 11:20pm on Tuesday, May 11th, 2010 
Terrible packaging Packaging arrived with no box, nor any instructions. I would not recommend this to anyone ordering from this seller. could be better uncomfortable after an hour of use volume could be higher voice dial does not work with HTC ERIS voice search does not always work blu...

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Caution: The Send Fax Level is set at the best condition in the shipment from factory. Never change settings arbitrarily.
Modem Speed You can set the maximum modem speed. Communication is done with modem speed automatically set at lower speed when communicating with the modem with lower speed since communication is done on the standard of the side where modem speed is low for transmission/reception. It is better set 26.4KBPS as default setting.
REDIAL INTERVAL If the remote machine is busy when the machine sends a fax using automatic dialing, the machine automatically redials the number. Select the time interval between automatic redial attempts. Enter the desired redial interval using the number keypad: 1 - 15 minutes. REDIAL COUNT You can set times that redial automatically attempts when automatic transmission is done or when the remote machine is busy or when the machine send a fax. If there is no response after redialing by the times already set, redial is no longer attempted. No redial is attempted if the settings is 0. Enter the desired times from 1 through 5.
DIALING MODE Select the dialing mode according to the user's line status. TONE: Electrical type of dial PULSE: Mechanical type of dial
SEND FAX LEVEL You can set the level of the transmission signal. Typically, the Tx level should be under -12 dBm. The level within the range of 1 to -15 dBm is acceptable.
DP Make/Break Select the dial pulse make and break time: 40-60 or 33-67
Caution: Send Fax Level is set at the best condition in the shipment from factory. Never change settings arbitrarily.
RCV FAX LEVEL You can set the level of the receiving signal. The reception level may be too low due to the cable losses. If it is set to -43 dBm, the reception sensitivity will be between 0 and -43 dBm. If it is set to -48 dBm, the reception sensitivity will be between 0 and -48 dBm.
SILENCE TIME In ANS/FAX mode, after a call is picked up by the answering machine, the machine monitors the line. If a period of silence is detected on the line at any time, the call will be treated as a fax message and the machine begins receiving. Silence detection time is selectable between limited (about 12 seconds) and unlimited time. When '2 sec' is selected, the machine switches to receiving mode as soon as it detects a period of silence. When 'unlimited'is selected, the machine waits until the answering operation is concluded even though a period of silence is detected. After the answering operation is concluded, the machine switches to receiving mode. ERROR RATE When the error rate is about to be over the setting value, the Baud rate automatically lowers up to 2400 bps to make the error rate remain below the setting value. You can select the rate between 5% and 10%. IGNORE TONER EMP You can set this function ON if desiring to drive the engine continuously even though the life of toner is run out and it becomes Toner Empty status.

Roller

OPC Drum

Abnormal image period

75.4mm

Kind of abnormal image
White spot on black image Black spot
Charge Roller Supply Roller Develope Roller Transfer Roller Heat Roller Pressure Roller
37.7mm 26.8mm 31.6mm 47.1mm 50.1mm 50.2mm
Black spot Horizontal density band Horizontal density band Black side contamination/transfer fault Black spot, White spot Black side contamination
4-5 Note for replacing Main board
When you replace the main board to new one, the information on the toner state is cleared. Therefore, you should update the information to the new board by entering the exact value of total toner count and specifying the toner cartridge installed currently is shipped with the machine or new. If not, TONER LOW/EMPTY message may not appear when the toner is run out. 2. Replace Main board.
1. In Tech mode, print SYSTEM DATA LIST. The list includes the total toner count and CRU state information. TOTAL TONER COUNT: The total number of the dots used to print up to current time. CRU STATE: The page number which the toner cartridge can print. (The yield of a new toner cartridge is approximately 2,500 pages and that of the cartridge supplied with the machine is approximately 1.000 pages.)
3. In Tech mode, 3-1) Press Setup, and find MAINTENANCE by pressing repeatedly or , then press Start/Enter. 3-2) When TONER COUNT is displayed in LCD, press Start/Enter, and enter the value of the total toner count in the system data list. 3-3) When you are prompted to enter CRU STATE, press Start/Enter. 3-4) When you see [1.1000 2.2300] in LCD, select the value of the CRU state in the system data list.
4. In Tech mode, print SYSTEM DATA LIST and make sure that the toner information is updated.
4-6 Troubleshooting Flow Chart
Vertical black line and band
OK after replacing developer?
Any obstacles on the developer blocking the laser beam. YES

Replace the developer

OK after removing the obstacles? YES
OK after replacing the LSU?
Remove part on the paper path causing the trouble
Any obstacles ON mirror lens of LSU and laser path? YES

Replace the LSU

Remove the obstacles.

No Image

No image?

A on next page

Self test pattern prints?
Self testing is possible via Tech Mode? YES
Re-test after replacing the conector or Main board
Check connection to computer or replace controller
Take out the cartridge and prepare the tester for electronic connection

Irregularity of NIP between rollers in developer -> Replace developer
- Repair or replace HVPS - Check and Repair or replace the terminal contacts
A specific part of the transfer roller has ruined or its resistance value is changed -> Replace transfer roller Transfer roller cannot force regularly due to the gears eccentricity of transfer roller -> Replace the defective component
Bias voltage is OK? (-350V)
Adjust the Bias voltage or replace HVPS
Operating/storage temperature is too low or not recommended paper used? YES
There may be a problem in toner layer control in toner cartridge -> Replace the developer
Use the machine with recommended paper and at condition

Black Spot

Is it regular interval of 37.7mm?
Is it regular YES interval of 75.4 mm?
Remove obstacles stuck on OPC drums surface
Perform the OPC cleaning using the control panel buttons.
When taking out the cartridge, toner leaks? YES
Bad image removes by scratching? YES
The problem randomly occured due to the toner fallen -> Clean the machine
Toner leaks and toner material dropped onto the paper -> Replace the developer
Check toner is stuck onto the P/R or H/R in fuser -> Clean it or replace
Does the same problesm persist? NO
The problem occured since the obstacles stuck to charge roller -> Replace toner cartridge

Horizontal Band

Black band?
Black band is far about 10mm from white band?
YES Problem of internal contacts in OPC -> Replace developer
The OPC is damaged under the direct sunlight for around 5 minutes -> If the same problem persists in 10 hours, replace the developer
The black band has regular interval? YES
This occurs when no Hsync/ at LSU -> Replace LSU

75.4 mm interval? YES

Does it appear at every 56.1mm at specific place? YES
Problems of terminal contact, transfer voltage supplying, and transfer rollers due to the charge roller is ruined (37.7mm) -> Repair/replace HVPS, developer
The OPC is damaged due to the irregular transfer voltage of HVPS -> Repair/replace HVPS -> If the same problem persists, replace the developer
Heat roller is ruined -> Replace the roller
Toner Contaminations on Back of Paper
Transfer roller is clear ?
Clean the transfer roller

Paper path is clear ?

Clean the paper path
Clean the pressure roller
Partial Blank Image (not Periodic)
Is toner cartridge installed correctly?
Install the toner cartridge correctly
Transfer roller works properly?
Clean the TR holder, the TR gear, OPC roller gear and the transfer roller

- Clean the contact point of transfer roller - Check the output of high voltage terminal and adjust or replace if required
Partial Blank Image (Periodic)
Is it regular interval of 47.1mm?
Clean the TR holder, the TR gear OPC roller gear and the transfer roller
OK after replacing the transfer roller? NO - Clean the contact point of transfer roller. - Check the output of high voltage terminal and adjust or replace if required.
Is it regular interval of 75.4mm, 31.6mm or 37.7mm?
Replace the toner cartidge
NO Replace the fuser (50.2mm, 45.2mm or exit roller

Irregular Density

OK after taking out and rocking the toner cartridge? YES
When gray pattern printing, irregular density persists? YES
transfer/ charge/developing voltage drops while printing? YES
Defective agitator in the toner supplying part of developer ->Replace the developer Check if the guide deve spring works OK and repair/repalce
It is over the guaranty life of toner cartridge (Check the counter and replace it)
Check high voltage output and repair/ replace terminals, HVPS
Bad images aroung the no image area? YES
Irregualrity of toner suppy from developer -> Repalce developer
Light distortion due to the mirror ruined or LSUs diffused reflection -> Replace LSU

White Spot

Is it regular interval of 75.4mm? YES
Transfer voltage is normal?
Too high voltage supplied due to the setting error of transfer voltage -> Adjust/replace HVPS
Obstacles stuck on OPCs surface -> Clean the OPC and machine or replace developer When putting in/out the developer, scratch is made -> Replace the developer
D/R in developing unit has the defect -> Replace the developer
Trembling at the End When OHP Printing
Is the OPC mode selected using the software application? YES

Set to OHP mode

Recommended OHP film used?

Use the recommended film

Inserted over than 10 films into the MPF? YES
When OHP printing, does the fan temporarily stops and revolves? YES
When multi-page OHP printng, less than 10 films are guranteed.
Other parts are touching the fan and prevents it from revolution -> Check and repair

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Remark

5-4 Frame Lower Assembly

29-4 29-1 29-3 29-2

Transfer Roller

1 30-30-1 30-2

S-1 S-6

26 27-1

28-3 28-4 28-5 28-1 28-3 28

S-2 S-2

Frame Lower Assembly Parts List
No. 27 27-1 27-28-1 28-2 28-3 28-4 28-29-1 29-2 29-3 29-30-1 30-2 30-34 34-1 34-S6 S7 S11
Description ELA HOU-FRAME LOWER ELA HOU-FRAME LOWER ELA HOU-FRAME LOWER CBF HARNESS-OPE GND CBF HARNESS-FUSER SPRING-P/R (APOLLO) SPRING-GUIDE DEVE BEARING-PRESSURE R IPR-SAW_PLATE IPR-EARTH_TRANS IPR-GROUND_GUIDE IPR-GROUND_HVPS IPR-GROUND_FUSER IPR-GUIDE-TR IPR-PLATE-TERMINAL IPR-GROUND DRIVE PMO-BUSHING_TERMINAL PMO-ACTUATOR_EXIT PMO-GUIDE_INPUT PCT-FILM SAW PMO-HOLDER PR PMO-HOLDER EXIT PMO-FRAME LOWER PMO-COVER PTL PMO-CAP PLTE G/DEV R PMO-CAP PLTE G/DEV L PMO-STOPPER EXIT RMO-RUBBER_FOOT MEC-ROLLER FEED RPR-ROLLER FEED MEC-SHAFT FEED MEC-HOLDER FEED SPRING-ACT, FEED PMO-HOLDER_FEED PMO-BUSHING_FEED PMO-ACTUATOR_EMPTY PMO-ACTUATOR_FEED MEC-HOLDER TR L SPRING-TR(300) IPR-PLATE_TR PMO-HOLDER TR PMO-BUSHING_TR(L) MEC-HOLDER TR R SPRING-TR(300) PMO-HOLDER TR PMO-BUSHING_TR(R) MEC-ROLLER_PR 1210 PBA MAIN-SENSOR ELA HOU-MOTOR GND ELA HOU-OPEN SENSOR CBF HARNESS-COVER IPR-BRKT-SENSOR ELA HOU-PTL ASSY ELA HOU-FUSER 110V ELA HOU-FUSER 220V(531P) PMO-BUSHING SHAFT GEAR-FU_IN 47 PMO-HUB GEAR GEAR-FU_OUT 47 PMO-GEAR_83/35 IPR-BRACKET FUSER DRV FAN-DC SCREW-TAPTITE SCREW-TAPTITE SCREW-TAPTITE
SEC.Code JC96-02094B JC96-02094A JC96-02094C * JC39-00061A * * * * * * * * * * * * JC72-00130A * * JC72-00531A JC72-00532A JC72-00533A JC72-00534A JC72-41135A JC72-41173A * * JC75-00054A * * JC75-00055A * * * * JC72-00119A JC75-00106C * * JC72-00100C JC72-00102A JC75-00107C * JC72-00100C JC72-00101A JC75-00130A JC92-01197A JC96-01579A JC96-01584A JC39-00041A * JC96-02312A JC81-00439A JC81-00440A JG72-40849A JC66-00306A JC72-00676A * JC72-00154A * 3103-001085 6003-000152 6003-000196 6003-000119
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Remark 110V 220V for China

110V 220V

5-5 Fuser Assembly

S 9 S 20

14-14-1 S 5 14

8 S 21

3 S 19 6
Fuser Assembly Parts List

No. 14 14-1 14-22 S S

Description ELA HOU-FUSER 110V ELA HOU-FUSER 220V(531P) THERMISTOR-NTC THERMOSTAT LAMP-HALOGEN LAMP-HALOGEN PMO-FUSER_UPPER PMO-BUSHING H/R L PMO-BUSHING H/R R PMO-COVER_THERMOSTAT NPR-ROLLER HEAT IPR-ELECTRODE_PLATE IPR-GROUND_FU IPR-PIN ROLLER EXIT IPR-ELECTRODE WIRE1 IPR-ELECTRODE WIRE,S MEA ETC-SHAFT EXIT PMO-SHAFT_EXIT(Z15) RMO-RUBBER_EXIT PMO-ROLLER_IDLE EXIT SPRING-EXIT PMO-GEAR_EXIT_DRV16 PMO-GEAR_EXIT_IDLE GEAR-FUSER 1210 LABEL(R)-CAU_HOT_FU SPRING-CLAW PMO-GUIDE CLAW SCREW-TAPTITE SCREW-TAPTITE

SEC.Code JC81-00439A JC81-00440A 1404-001188 4712-000001 4713-001120 4713-001121 * JC72-00530A JC72-00529A * JC71-00012B * * * * * * JC72-00150A * JC72-00567A JC61-00017A * * JC66-00037B * * * 6003-000119 6003-000196
SA O O O O O O X O O X O X X X X X X O X O O X X O X X X O O
5-6 Plate-Upper Unit Assembly

7 S 3 S

6 6-1 S
6-6-3 4-2 4-3 4-1 4-S-1 6-6-3 6-1 6
Plate-Upper Unit Assembly Parts List
No. 4 4-1 4-2 4-6-1 6-2 6-8 S5 S10 S10
Description MEC-PLATE UPPER IPR-UPPER-PLATE IPR-PLATE SPRING DEV ELA UNIT-FUSE DEVE MEA ETC-ROLLER PICK UP PMO-HOUSING_PICKUP PMO-IDLE_PICKUP RMO-ROLLER_PICKUP MEA ETC-IDLE FEED PMO-HOLDER_PICKUP SPRING-FEED PMO-HOLDER_IDLE,FEED CABLE CLAMP ICT-ROLLER IDEL FEED SCREW-TAPTITE SCREW-TAPTITE SCREW-TAPTITE
SEC.Code JC75-00057A * JC70-10223A * * JC72-00109A * JC73-00018A * * * * 6502-000130 * * 6003-000266 6003-000266
SA O X O X X O X X X X X X O X X O O

5-7 OPE Unit

OPE Unit Parts List

No. 16 17

Description ELA HOU-OPE ASSY SCREW-TAPTITE MPR-COVER ADRESS PMO-KEY COPY PMO-KET STOP LABEL(P)-ONE TOUCH PMO-KEY OT PMO-KEY FUNCTION PMO-KEY START PMO-OPE COVER PMO-KEY TEL PMO-KEY SAVE PCT-LCD WINDOW PMO-KEY FOWARD PMO-KEY MODE(B) RMO-TEL RMO-ONE TOUCH PBA MAIN-OPE
SEC.Code * 6003-000119 JG74-10543A JB72-00102A JB72-00108A * JC72-00275A * * Refer to Info. JC72-00667A JC72-00668A JC72-00672A JC72-00886A JC72-41320A JC73-00072A JC73-00073A JC81-00456A

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5-8 Scan Upper Assembly

10 S 6 12
Scan Upper Assembly Parts List

No. 14 15

Description ELA HOU-SCAN UPPER MEC-PINCH RPR-SPONGE ADF MPR-TAPE ADF CBF HARNESS-SCAN GND SPRING-SENSOR SPRING-COIL ADF PMO-SCAN UPPER PMO-LEVER SENSOR DOC PMO-LEVER SENSOR ICT-SHAFT PINCH PMO-HOLDER RUBBER PMO-ROLL PINCH PMO-SUPPORT ADF RPR-RUBBER ADF MEC-BRUSH ANTISTATIC
SEC.Code JC81-00457A JG75-10015A * * JC39-00101A * JC61-00040A JC72-00671A JC72-00823A JC72-41322A JF70-40521B JG72-40044A JG72-40663A JG72-41083A JC73-00032A JG75-10004A
SA O O X X O X O O O O O O O O O O

5-9 Front Assembly

1-5 1-1 1-3

15 S S 23 S 27

Bushing White
Front Assembly Parts List
No. 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 1-S1 S3 S4 S7 S11 S11
Description ELA HOU-FRONT ASSY ELA HOU-FRONT ASSY MEA ETC-GUIDE PAPER PMO-GUIDE PAPER PMO-GUIDE DOC L PMO-GUIDE DOC R GEAR-PINION IPR-WASHER SPRING CU CONTACT IMAGE SENSOR CONTACT IMAGE SENSOR MOTOR STEP-SCAN MEC-ROLLER WHITE CBF HARNESS-SCAN/CIS(200) CBF HARNESS-SCAN/CIS(300) CBF HARNESS-MAIN/SCAN CBF HARNESS-SCAN GND SPRING-LOCKER R SPRING-LOCKER L GEAR- 39/20 GEAR- IDLE 30 IPR-BRKT MOTOR NPR-GROUND CIS PMO-OPEN LOCKER L PMO-OPEN LOCKER R PMO-BRKT SCAN BD PMO-OPEN BUTTON PMO-COVER MOTOR PMO-COVER FRONT PMO-DUMMY CIS L SF-530 PMO-DUMMY CIS L PMO-DUMMY CIS R SF-530 PMO-DUMMY CIS R PMO-STOPPER EXIT MEC-ROLLER DRIVE MEA ETC-ROLLER ADF SPECIAL SCREW LOCKER-TX GEAR-IDLE25 PMO-SHAFT EXIT PMO-GEAR TRANS(B4) PMO-BUSHING TX(B4) RING-C SPRING CIS SCREW-MACHINE SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPPING SCREW-TAPTITE SCREW-TAPTITE SCREW-TAPTITE

SEC.Code JC81-01483A JC81-00458A * * * * JG66-40003A JF70-10616A 0609-001127 0609-001125 JC31-00011A JC75-00126A JC39-00049A JC39-00136A JC39-00192A JC39-00101A JC61-00027A JC61-00028A JC66-00304A JC66-00305A * * * * JC72-00222A JC72-00273A JC72-00670A JC72-00673A JC72-00880A JC72-00495A JC72-00881A JC72-00496A * JC75-00123A * JG60-10001A JG64-30001A JG66-40036A JG72-40042A JG72-40741A JG72-40744A 6044-000159 JG61-70533A 6001-000131 6002-000175 6002-001078 6003-000196 6003-000119 6003-000119
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SF-530 SF-531P SF-530 SF-531P
5-10 RX Drive Unit Assembly

7 S7 4

5 S7 2

S-S-7 S-7

RX Drive Assembly Parts List

No. S-7

Description ELA HOU-RX DRIVE MOTOR-STEP PMO-GEAR_71/28 PMO-GEAR_73/22 PMO-GEAR_132/19 IPR-BRKT_MOTOR IPR-BRKT_GEAR CBF-HARNESS_MOTOR SCREW-MACHINE
SEC.Code JC96-01755A JC31-00005A * * * * JC70-00129A JC39-00110A 6001-000131

SA O O X X X X O O O

YELLOW

* Note

MAI N KS32C65100
RT C Bac k - up Par t Audi o Par t
M OT OR - 5V +24V E X IT SEN SO R +5V

CENTRONI CS

SM P S

POWER CORD

HOST ( P C)

UNI CON ( USB I C)

GEU P1284 I TU I/O I/F

6. Block Diagram

E N G IN E B D

DO C SE N SO R

CACHE( 6K) DMAC

( 2MB)

O L E N OI D E

PVC UART* 2 MEMORY I / F

( 8MB)

F LASH MEMORY DRAM

MHV O PC G N D

O P C _F U S E

MI COM H VPS

U A RT

- LCD Dr i v e

- Key Sc an

SU PPL Y D EV T HV

SCAN B oar d

TRANSFORMER
600/ / 600 Tx : Rx MODEM & EXT_PHONE SEPER ATI NG PA RT

TX MOTOR

TX MOTOR DRI VER

33600 bps

600/ / 600 Tx : Rx EXTER NAL PHONE DETECTI ON PAR T

HANDSET

CI S I NTERFACE PART

EXTERNAL PHONE

Not e.
-. SF-530 : Fax Funct io n Only
-. SF-531P : Printer Funct ion with Fax

Contents

1. Precautions.1-1 1-1 Safety Precautions.1-1 1-2 Precautions on Disassembly and Reassembly.1-1 1-3 ESD Precautions.1-2 1-4 Tools for Troubleshooting.1-3 2. Specification.2-1 3. Disassembly and Reassembly.3-1 3-1 General Precautions on Disassembly.3-1 3-2 Cradle.3-2 3-3 White Roller.3-2 3-4 OPE Cover.3-3 3-5 ADF Rubber.3-5 3-6 OPE Board.3-6 3-7 Lever Sensor Doc.3-6 3-8 Lever Sensor Scan.3-6 3-9 Scan Board.3-7 3-10 Scan Motor.3-7 3-11 ADF Roller.3-8 3-12 CIS.3-8 3-13 Rear Cover.3-9 3-14 Top Cover.3-9 3-15 Tray.3-10 3-16 LSU.3-10 3-17 Transfer Roller.3-11 3-18 Engine Board.3-11 3-19 Pick-up Roller Ass'y.3-12 3-20 Knock-up Ass'y.3-13 3-21 Cap-pad.3-13 3-22 Holder-pad.3-14 3-23 Motor Ass'y.3-14 3-24 Fan.3-15 3-25 Gear Pick-up Ass'y.3-15 3-26 Solenoid.3-16 3-27 HVPS Board.3-16 3-28 Hook Board.3-17 3-29 Fuser Ass'y.3-17 3-30 Thermostat.3-18 3-31 Halogen Lamp.3-18 3-32 Pressure Roller.3-19 3-33 Actuator-Exit.3-19 3-34 Shield Engine Ass'y.3-20 3-34 SMPS Board.3-20 3-36 Speaker.3-21 3-37 LIU Board.3-21 3-38 Main Board.3-22 3-39 Sensor Board.3-22 3-40 Actuator Empty/Feeder.3-23 3-41 Roller Feeder.3-24

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Schematic Diagrams

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Schematic Diagrams(2/7)

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Repair Manual

SF-530/531P
1. Block Diagram 2. Connection Diagram 3. Circuit Description 4. Schematic Diagrams
- This Service Manual is a property of Samsung Electronics Co.,Ltd. Any unauthorized use of Manual can be punished under applicable International and/or domestic law. -

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This manual is made and described centering around circuit diagram and circuit description needed in the repair center in the form of appendix.
Samsung Electronics Digital Printing CS Group

Copyright (c) 2001. 10

RTC Back- up Par t Audi o Par t
MOT OR - 5V +24V E X IT SEN SOR +5V

UNI CON ( U S B I C)

GEU P1284 I TU I/OI/F

E N GIN E

O L E N OI D E FA N O PC _F U SE

DOC SE N SO R

( 2 MB )

LCD B'D

PVC UART*2 MEMORY I / F

( 8 MB )

F L ASH MEMORY DRAM

MHV OPC GN D

MI COM HVPS

- LCD Dr ive

SU PPL Y D EV THV

SCAN Boar d

600/ / 600 Tx: Rx MODEM & EXT_PHONE SEPERATI NG PART
- This Document can not be used without Samsung's authorization -
600/ / 600 Tx: Rx EXTERNAL PHONE DETECTI ON PART
-. SF-530 : Fax F unct io n Only

BLOCK DIAGRAM

CONNECTION DIAGRAM

SCAN MOTOR

+24 +24 SCNMOT_A SCNMOT_*A SCNMOT_B SCNMOT_*B 7
200 DPI CIS_SIG GND +5V CIS_SI CIS_CLK CIS_LED +24V 300 DPI 1 CIS_SIG 2 GND 3 +5V 4 GND 5 GND 6 START PULSE 7 GND 8 CIS MAIN CLOCK 9 LED B 10 LED G 11 LED R 12 V LED
1 GND+5 V 3 VL CD_ RS 5 L CD_ RW 6 L CD_ F 7 L ED_ L ED_ L ED_ 0 L ED_1 L ED_2 L ED_3 L ED_4 L ED_7
GND5 +5V OPE_ TXD OPE_ RST OPE RXD

CN4 CN1

13 SCNMOT * A 12 SCNMOT B 14 SCNMOT * B 15 +5V 17 +24V 16 SCNMOT A 18 +24V

SCAN B D

3 CI S LCD 5 +5V 4 CI S SIG 11 GND 10 OPE RXD 8 OPE TXD 9 GNDCI S SI 1 CI S CLK 7 OPE RST 6 GND5
CNIEEE1284 I/F (36PIN) CN2
1 SPKOUT 2 AGND 11 + 24 VS GNDPMOTOR / LREADY EXTCLK / USYNC + 5V CND 5 / LD_ ON VD0 / APC_SH SLUTCH FAN PTL DEV_FUSE / NEW_DEVE / EGMOT A0 _ / EGMOT_ A1 EGMOT_ PHA / EGMOT B0 _ / EGMOT B1 _ GND 5 + 5V EGMOT_ PHA + 24 VS + 24 VS GNDGND2 4

HOST ( PC)

POLYGO N MOT OR

USB PORT (4PIN)

Description Receive data input for the UART0. RXD0 is the UART0 channel's input signal for receiving serial data. Receive data input for the UART1. RXD1 is the UART1 channel's input signal for receiving serial data. Receive data input for the UART2. RXD2 is the UART2 channel's input signal for receiving serial data. External interrupt request input nEINT0. External interrupt request input nEINT1. External interrupt request input nEINT2. External DMA request. Transmit data output for the UART0. TXD0 is the UART0 channel's output for transmitting serial data. Transmit data output for the UART1. TXD1 is the UART1 channel's output for transmitting serial data. Transmit data output for the UART2. TXD2 is the UART2 channel's output for transmitting serial data. External DMA acknowledge. This active low output signal is generated whenever a DMA transfer is completed. Tone generator output. Reset out by watch dog timer. External output write strobe External output read strobe Clock for external chip External memory chip select 2. JTAG TCK interface in MDS mode. JTAG TMS interface in MDS mode. JTAG TDI interface in MDS mode. JTAG nTRST interface in MDS mode. JTAG TDO interface in MDS mode. General I/O port. Test 0 pin. At normal operation this pin must be connected to GND. Test 1 pin. At normal operation this pin must be connected to GND. Test 2 pin. At normal operation this pin must be connected to GND.

TEST1 TEST2

170 171

Signal

Pin No.

I/O Type

Description Not external chip select. Three I/O banks are provided for external memory-mapped I/O operations. Each I/O bank contains up to 4M half-word. The nECS signals indicate that an external I/O bank is selected. Not ROM/SRAM chip select. The KS32C65100 can access up to three external ROM/SRAM banks. nRCS[0] corresponds to ROM/SRAM bank 0, nRCS[1] to bank 1, and nRCS[2] to bank 2. By controlling the nRCS signals, CPU addresses can be mapped into the physical memory banks. Scan motor control/Bi-phase Scan motor control/Bi-phase Scan motor bi-current/uni-phase PWM out signal Video out from PIFC Video out from LSU control Clock for LSU motor HSYNC1 LSU ready HSYNC2 Video data input from RET External video clock External wait RTC oscillator clock input. RTC oscillator clock output. CIS LED signals Top reference voltage for general ADC Analog inputs for general ADC RTC VDD.

Notes: 1. Modulation legend: TCM:Trellis-Coded Modulation QAM: FSK:Frequency Shift Keying DPSK: 2. Adaptive; established during handshake: Carrier Frequency (Hz) Symbol Rate (Baud) V.34 Low Carrier 3429 1959
Quadrature Amplitude Modulation Differential Phase Shift Keying

V.34 High Carrier 1959

Modem Functions Interface Signals
/RTS /CTS TXD TDCLK XTCLK V.24 Interface /RLSD RXD /RDCLK /DTR /DSR** /RI*

XTLI XTL0

Crystal OR

Oscillator

RIN TXA1 TXA2 OH RINGD /TALK telephone line

Line Interface

/RD /WR /CS D[7:0]

FM336 Modem

EYEXY EYESYNC EYECLK
Optional Eye Pattern Generator

Host Processor

RS[4:0] IRQ /RESET TXRQ* RXRQ** SPKR

Speaker Amplifier

+5V +3.3V AGND DGND

Power Supply

* Selectable; TXRQ output replaces /RI output. ** Selectable; RXRQ output replaces /DSR output.

1176DG F2-1

FM336 Pin Signals
Pin Signal Label RESERVED RS2 RS3 RS4 /CS /WR /RD /RDCLK /RLSD TDCLK TXD /CTS VDD1 RESERVED RESERVED VSS NC /RESET SR4OUT NC SR4IN CLK_OUT EYESYNC EYECLK MAVSS MAVDD SPKR TXA2 TXA1 VREF VC RIN MAVSS /POR RESERVED RESERVED /TALK VDD RESERVED RESERVED NC M_CNTRL_SIN M_CLKIN M_TXSIN M_SCK M_RXOUT M_STROBE RESERVED OH VDD I/O Type 1 IA IA IA IA IA IA OA OA OA IA OA PWR GND OA OA IA OA OA OA GND PWR O(DF) O(DD) O(DD) MI MI I(DA) AGND IA O(DD) PWR IA IA IA IA IA IA O(DD) PWR Interface 3 HOST Interface HOST Interface HOST Interface HOST Interface HOST Interface HOST Interface DTE Serial Interface DTE Serial Interface DTE Serial Interface DTE Serial Interface DTE Serial Interface NC Modem Interconnect Modem Interconnect NC Modem Interconnect Modem Interconnect Diagnostic Signal Diagnostic Signal Telephone Line Interface Telephone Line Interface Telephone Line Interface Modem Interconnect Modem Interconnect Te lephone Line Interface Modem Interconnect Telephone Line Interface NC Modem Interconnect Modem Interconnect Modem Interconnect Modem Interconnect Modem Interconnect Modem Interconnect Telephone Line Interface Pin Signal Label RESERVED VSUB VSS NC NC Sleep VDD1 RESERVED RESERVED NC SR1IO VCORE VDD1 XTCLK VSS RESERVED RXD /DTR VDD1 IA_SLEEP VGG YCLK XCLK EYEXY /DSR /RI RINGD /RTS IRQ VSS GPO0 RESERVED RESERVED VDD1 XTALI/CLKIN XTALO D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 VDD1 D5 D6 D7 RS0 RS1 PLL_VDD VSS PLL_GND I/O Type 1 GND GND MI PWR MI PWR PWR IA GND OA IA PWR MI PWR OA OA OA OA OA IA IA OA GND MI PWR I O IA/OB IA/OB IA/OB IA/OB IA/OB PWR IA/OB IA/OB IA/OB IA/OB IA/OB PWR GND GND Interface 3 NC NC Modem Interconnect NC Modem Interconnect DTE Serial Interface DTE Serial Interface DTE Serial Interface Modem Interconnect Overhead Signal Overhead Signal Diagnostic Signal DTE Serial Interface Telephone Line Interface Te lephone Line Interface DTE Serial Interface HOST Interface Modem Interconnect Overhead Signal Overhead Signal HOST Interface HOST Interface HOST Interface HOST Interface HOST Interface HOST Interface HOST Interface HOST Interface HOST Interface HOST Interface -

Notes: 1. I/O types: MI = Modem interconnect. IA, IB = Digital input. OA, OB = Digital output. I(DA) = Analog input. O(DD), O(DF) = Analog output. 2. NC = No external connection required. RESERVED = No external connection allowed. 3. Interface Legend: HOST = Modem Control Unit (Host) DTE = Data Terminal Equipment
FM336 Signals Definitions

TXA1, TXA2 RIN RINGD

O(DD) O(DA) IA
Signal Name/Description TELEPHONE LINE INTERFACE/AUXILIARY
Transmit Analog 1 and 2. The TXA1 and TXA2 outputs are differential outputs 180 degrees out of phase with each other. Each output can drive a 300 load. Receive Analog. RIN is a single-ended receive data input from the telephone line interface or an optional external hybrid circuit. Ring Detect. The RINGD input is monitored for pulses in the range of 15 Hz to 68 Hz. The frequency detection range may be changed by the host in DSP RAM. The circuit driving RINGD should be a 4N35 optoisolator or equivalent. The circuit driving RINGD should not respond to momentary bursts of ringing less than 125 ms in duration, or less than 40 VRMS (15 Hz to 68 Hz) across TIP and RING. Detected ring signals are reflected on the /RI output signal as well as the RI bit. Relay B Control. The /TALK open collector output can directly drive a +5V reed relay coil with a minimum resistance of 360 ohms (13.9 mA max. @ 5.0V) and a must-operate voltage no greater than 4.0 VDC. A clamp diode, such as a 1N4148, should be installed across the relay coil. An external transistor can be used to drive heavier loads (electro-mechanical relays). /TALK is controlled by host setting/resetting of the RB bit. In a typical application, /TALK is connected to the normally closed Tal k/Data relay (/TALK). In this case, /TALK active opens the relay to disconnect the handset from the telephone line. Relay A Control. The OH open collector output can directly drive a +5V reed relay coil with a minimum resistance of 360 ohms (13.9 mA max. @ 5.0V) and a must-operate voltage no greater than 4.0 VDC. A clamp diode, such as a 1N4148, should be installed across the relay coil. An external transistor can be used to drive heavier loads (electro-mechanical relays). OH is controlled by host setting/resetting of the RA bit. In a typical application, OH is connected to the normally open Off-Hook relay (OHRC). In this case, OH active closes the relay to connect the modem to the telephone line. Alternatively, in a typical application, OH is connected to the normally open Caller ID relay (CALLID). When the modem detects a Calling Number Delivery (CND) message, the OH output is asserted to close the CALLID relay in order to AC couple the CND information to the modem RIN input (without closing the offhook relay and allowing loop current flow which would indicate an off-hook condition). Ring Indicator. /RI output follows the ringing signal present on the line with a low level (0 V) during the ON time, and a high level (+3.3 V) during the OFF time coincident with the ringing signal. The RI status bit reflects the state of the /RI output.

Display from the controller is received at U2 pin 47 (RX DATA). LCD drive signals are sent from P1-x pin group, P14~P1-14 pins. Machine status LED drive signals are sent from U2 LED0~LED4. Document detect sensor output is received at U2 pin 1. Scan position sensor output is received at U2 pin7

Scan Position Sensor

RESONATOR 7.37 MHz

Document Detect Sensor

11 MICOM HT48C5A 7 X Y UART 8

LCD 16x 1Line

Key Matrix

Connector

<OPE BLOCK DIAGRAM>

3-3 LIU PBA

The LIU (Line Interface Unit) using the discrete method is comprised of the following. (1) Tel_line Interface Circuit that connects the PSTN(exchange) and the system (Facsimile) (2) Telephone circuit composed of dial/speech circuit.
3-3-1 Tel_Line interface Circuit
Tel_Line Interface is the path that connects the signals between PSTN(exchange) and the system (Facsimile) and it is comprised of Tel-Line Interface Circuit and Impedance Matching Trans Circuit. (1) TEL_LINE Interface Circuit (2) TRANS Circuit for IMPEDANCE MATCHING
3-3-2 Telephone Circuit (Ringer/Dial/Speech Circuit, etc)
The telephone circuit is comprised of ring detect circuit, dialer circuit, speech circuit, external hook detect circuit and recall circuit. (1) Ring Detect Circuit (2) Dialling Circuit (including MF Dialling Signal Transmitting Circuit) (3) Speech Circuit (4) External Hook Detect Circuit (5) Recall Circuit

3-3-3 Detailed Spec.

TEL_LINE INTERFACE CIRCUIT
1) TEL_LINE INTERFACE CIRCUIT It is an interface that physically connects facsimile to the PSTN (public switching telephone network) through TIP and RING as in fig. 1. ARS 1-3 protects the system from voltage overload such as the surge coming through PSTN. ARS 2 and ARS 3 are used as overload protection in common mode (between TIP/RING and FRAME GROUND). ARS 1 is used as overload protection in normal mode (between TIN and RING) and it uses ARRESTOR for 600V. However, arrestors rated voltage differs from European and USA(400v). CML (CONNECT MODEM to LINE) RELAY K1 is a switch designed to selectively connect the PSTN to system voice communication path and fax communication path. In STAND_BY MODE and voice communication mode, it is connected to TEL PART and FAX PART while communicating and dialing. CML Relay (K1): CML relay interfaces with T2(600:600) TRANS in communication mode. DC Impedance: DC impedance is determined in the DC Feeding Unit. It represents DC characteristic of the computer connected through -48V DC power of the switch and lines. The DC characteristic of required by the communication standards of a number of countries is the DC resistance of 50~300 to the current range of 20mA~120mA. (value varies depend on countries). AC Impedance or Return Loss: AC impedance is determined by the peripheral circuits of T2 Transformer. It is the standard required for optimum signal transmission between computer and switch. When the AC impedance of the computer for AC signal transmission and the AC impedance of the switch matches, the signal can be transmitted without loss. Therefore, communication standards specifies the AC impedance of the computer and it implies the return loss. The communication standards of each country, considering the characteristic of their lines, requires 600 or the return loss of 14dB and higher against the AC impedance of Complex and the AC signals of 300Hz~400Hz. The AC impedance of transformer changes depending on the load resistance, the core material, coil inductance and resistance, but generally its characteristic against load resistance is considered.

R509 12KF

D501 1N4148

C504 333

R513 1W 3

R520 MGR1/2W 9MF

R517 MGR1/2W 6MF

R518 MGR1/2W 9MF

CN1 GIL-S-9P-S2T2-EF

A-GND THV-PWM THV-EA THV-READ MHV-PWM BIAS-PWM

R3 100

Q1 B1151-Y

U3 KA7818

R1 5.6K

DONGYANG INSTRUMENTS

DESIGNED

J.S.YOUN

DRW. NO

APOLLO2 (HVPS)

REV. 2.0

1 OF 2

Q2 C1008-Y

C1 104

C2 104

C3 35V 47uF

CHECKED

APPROVED

REF. NO

SIZE A4

http://getMANUAL.com
4-13 HVPS Circuit Diagram (2/2)

24VS 18V 1

T201 HVT-2A 7

C206 6KV 471 D204 6KV

C208 6KV 471 D206 6KV D207 6KV
R201 10K THV-PWM CN1-#3 R13 U2-F 11 U2-E R205 1K Q203 A708-Y R207 2K R208 30KF CD201 1N6 + RU1-B KAR213 2.2K Q204 D526-Y 6 C205 6KV 101

D205 6KV

C207 6KV 471

C209 6KV 471

4 THV R216 BR1/2W 30MJ R218 MGR1/2W 100KF

24VS +

R209 110KF

C101 35V 47uF

VR201 50K

C202 500V 331

R210 1/2W 510KF

D202 1N4148

R214 1.2K R212 470K C203 D1N4148 ZD201 5.6V ZD202 7.5V

C204 473

R217 BR1/2W 200MG

5V CN1-#8 R211 1MF

THV-EA CN1-#4
R309 2.2K 8 U2-C 7407 R307 33K

Q301 A708-Y

T301 KAB-7

C307 3KV 471

D304 4KV R315 BR1/2W 30MJ

18V Q303 D526-Y 4

6 C306 2KV 680 D303 4KV C308 3KV 471
24VS D301 1N4148 R308 33K R310 2.2K

C4 104

R314 3KF R311 100KF VR302 5K C305 333
THV-READ CN1-#5 R316 1KF R317 2KF

1 U1-A KA324

R302 33K R303 100KF CR305 6.2KF R304 200KF R306 26.1KF

Q302 A708-Y

C302 102

D302 1N4148 VR301 10K

C304 500V 103

REV. 3.0

2 OF 2

C301 222

DESIGNED CHECKED APPROVED DRW. NO REF. NO J.S.YOUN SIZE A4

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FQM 17 B 002 6174Z - 1035G KFS 60907A
SAMSUNG - 17" V-753 / AQ 17 LSPN LG SW-501E / 563A-CB / 563G-AA / 563N / 575E AJV - 1428NI , 1439S VTC - 4987 9
VTC - V 5067 UVSYNC - 5 HYUNDAY - CDU 1448G / METRON - HN 4848 METRON - HL 4848 F
KFS 60977A KFS 61107A KFS 61434A FEA 434

FEA 659

FTO 14 A 020

Y 261744

HP - D 1194A SANTROM - SC 428 VS COMPAQ - 472 P HP - D 2804 A SANTROM - SC 428 VS+ GOLD STAR - 1423 AUTO / CV 453 C GOLD STAR - 1505 ACER - 56L MOD. 7156 LG - CB 221 Bu AOC - 7GR / 7GLR / 7VRLA

FTO 14 A - 195M

154-207K
154 - 218 D 19 - 70018 - 001

LCE CF 0456

Y 265428 FEA 760
79A 369-2-A 79A 369-2-C 79A 785F-1A

FWK 0081

730-302-570 VC
AOC - PX 572N TECHMIDIA - 1450D IBM - 15 RMB / VIDEO COMPO HP / COMPAQ - S 900 MOD. PE 1131 T 17" MARCA / MODELO GATEWAY - 2000 / EV 900 / MAG DJ 800 SAMSUNG PLEXTOR - PLEX 17 EVOKD-1700V IMAQ APPLE - C350 / C450 MERITRON AOC D 550 T / D 551 V (IMPORT.)
6174Z - 1003 B & FKD 15 C + (HFL1327M) FEA 630 ( 2 FOCUS )
FEA 658 FCO 14A017 Y 265172A (HFL 1327XD) 6174Z-1017D 6174Z-1017H CT-A 355-7-AS
79 A 355-503-AS LCE CF 1801 BSC 24-1457

LCE CF 0612 A

3138.118.77030 LCE CF 0532 AT 2090/38
APPLE E MACINTOSH - M 4222 PHILIPS - 4CM5279, 4CM5279/00T, 4CM5279/30T CM 0214C508948B AOC - 15" ( 2 FOCUS ) PHILIPS - 107 S CM 23-107SS11/48

FSA 0014

BH26-00103A

FB-5B / CF 1465

3138.168.73090 3138.168.73091 AT 2097 / 19A

LCE CF 1871

3138.188.70431
PHILIPS - 105 S 29 / 68 B PROVIEW / TRONI - PK 772 / 776 10

FEA 780

FLY BACK FEA 809 FUA 17 A 010 730-302-X770 730-302-7681-A

17"

6174Z - 1054 A

6174T-11003E

154-156 A

154-166 A

MSH 1 FF E 12 MSU 1 FF E 12
LG - 17" FLATRON - E 701 S , 700S CB-777G-NA ATARI - 1424 DELL - 1425 GOLDSTAR - 1423 PLUS, 1425, 1430 HP - D 1198 A / OLIVETTI - DSM 27-514 MS PHILIPS - LINHA 6 CM, 7 CM, C-7H, C-7i PHILIPS - 4 CM 8290 / 98 COBRA / OLIVETTI / PROVIEW - S A 558 PX - 456 METRON - DX 558 GOLDSTAR - 1727 17" LG TRONI SONY - CPD 100 SF PACKARD BELL - 2020 WAYTEC - MPSV 1520

AT 2090 / 01

4822.140.10405

AT 2090 / 09 FEA 979

LCE CF 1649 730-302-X558
154-235C 6174Z - 1048A FEA 486 8-598-954-11 LCE CF 0960
39L2024AZ HH000005 FEA 477
( 2 FOCUS ) ( 2 FOCUS ) ( 2 FOCUS )

19-70034-001 47F13-0070

TCF 7000 ETF 39L2031AZ CDIGOS
ACER / ASPIRE 7133 S COMDEK 1528 / TPK 1564

LCE CF 1238

FEC 055

WAYTEC - MPSV 1710S VTC - V 4960 / 4967 AMAZING - CM 8489 GX MARCA / MODELO PROVISTA - PV 448 COMPAQ - MV 400

LCE CF 0394

LCF 1490 CDIGOS

FEA 438

LZ 210A LZ 210A-008T 9509-68A
Y 265193 (HFL 1327XD) Y 268223 FKH 17A001 (2FOCUS) ETF 39L3016 AZ
LG - 15" LG - 17" SAMSUNG - 710S 17" TCE - 17 NE DIGITAL JX 759D / MPRII 14" UIS - 4967 14" WISE - WY 325
ETF 39L501AZT ETF 39L645AZT CFB-4 / 064

LB 0000001-A

ETF 39L1025 AZ

2385204600

ILUSION - 1428 Ni / JD 144 J LG - 17" TATUNG - MOD. C5DZR PHILIPS - 107E29/68V

Y 265279 (HFL 1327XD)

FSN 15B027N

TFB 274 S

LCE CF 1818

AT 2097/B168 79611

FQM 15A009 1-453-198-11 FQM 19A007 FSN 15A011N LCE CF 1232

47F130860A

SAMSUNG - AN15VPSN/XAZ - 551V (DUPLICIDADE)
SONY - CDP 15 SF II / P , 15 SF I , 15 FS 2B SAMSUNG - 19" 955DFS CTX 1569 MR COMPAQ - S-700 PE1120

FQM 17B015 8-598-854-00

8-598-854-10
SAMSUNG - SERIE 753V BLACK / NA 17 LSPN CPD E 200 HITACH
Y 261341 FT 0002 (DNF) FEA 783 FEA 861 CT - 8429

FBT - 023

MICROTEC - DX 1764 AOC - 17" ASAK - 17" 986 UIS - L 5011D

FBT 0233F12537124

CT - 8351B FEA 661 FEA 702 FKD 15C001 LCE CF 0929 & FEA 681

2385207100

MERITRON - 60819D / E 94856-FB01 OPTQUEST - 17" JTEK - M 554 HANSOL - 500A E 15 BL METRON - HL 5870A TCE - 17" NE MPR II LG - 17" STUDIO WORK 78i

154-235E

MARCA / MODELO PROVIEW - SA562NS (DUPLICIDADE) LINCE LX 562 NS VTC LG 17" SAMSUNG - 19" LG - 17" STUDIO WORK - 700S MOD. CB777H-ML LG - 15" STUDIO WORKS - 500G:C15JA-0 LG FLATRON - M-EZ 530D LG - 17" T 710 S-H MOD. T17JC-0 LG - 17" 700 BJ LG - 17" LG - 17" LG - 17" STUDIO WORK - 702BE / T710BE / 710E LG - 15" LG STUDIO WORK - 500G - C15JA-0 17" ACER - 7276E HP - D-8901/ E159656 UIS DIGITAL - 14" 1428NE LG - 17" - 777G 14

FWK 0110

730-302-562N-A
FN 1419A FQV 17A006 FQM 19A008

6174T-13010C

6174T - 11005A

CF2077/LC-11

6174T - 11004E

6174Z - 1056B

6174T - 11004F

6174Z - 1063A

6174T - 11004C

6174Z - 1057A

6174T - 11005C

CF2127/LC-11

6174T - 11004A

6174Z - 1055A

6174T - 11005E

CF2154/LC-11

6174T - 11005D

CF2157/LC-09

6174T - 11004B

6174Z - 1056A

FSA 00034

BH 26 - 0119A

19-70056-011

FEA 907

TFB 4814 6174T - 13006C
PHILIPS - 107T-21/88B 107P/T AOC - 15" SAMSUNG - 14" 10" TCE - JX-97 SONY CPD 15FS, CPD 15 US1 WAYTEC - MMSV0910

 

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